Because you like Krusty The Clown in The Simpsons
Kyle Broflovski is an motional fourth-grader who plays Guitar Hero, speaks Pig Latin, and fights with his "Fat Ass" friend Cartman. See them in South Park.
Count Olaf is a traveling actor, except he can't act and his homicidal tendencies make finding work pretty difficult. See them in Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events.
A scary monster on the outside, James P. Sullivan is really a softie on the inside. See them in Monsters, Inc..
Randy Marsh is a geologist and Nobel Prize winner who is into binge drinking, starting riots, the Food Network, and P.F. Changs. See them in South Park.
Frederick Frankenstein is an eccentric (O.K., maybe a little insane) professor who is excited to be delving into his family's past. See them in Young Frankenstein.
Scar is sneaky, snarky, and always striving for more power. See them in The Lion King.
Bob Belcher runs a lonely burger joint, and even though his wit is lost on his eccentric family, he doesn't let that faze him. See them in Bob's Burgers.
Peter Venkman's "research" projects are designed to get undergraduate students to sleep with him. Though it turns out he can bust ghosts. See them in Ghostbusters.
A stylish agent, Agent J would rather improvise than play by the rules. See them in Men in Black.
Andrew Glouberman is trying to make it through puberty with his sanity intact. See them in Big Mouth.
Jessica Rabbit isn't bad. She's just drawn that way. See them in Who Framed Roger Rabbit.
Ahape-shifting dog, Jake is the last man's best friend. See them in Adventure Time.